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Camilla Camburn MSN, RNBC, CCM, CPDM
Maureen Greene RN, MS, CNS-BC, ACNP-BC, PhDc - Currently practicing as an advanced practice nurse, acute care nurse practitioner/CNS in the care of complex intensive care patients and families. Possesses prescriptive authority in providing diagnostic, treatment and protocol order management for quality outcomes. Hospital co-chair for the Institute for Health Care Improvement Critical Care Mortality team seeking protocol driven care quality outcomes, reporting, presentation and publication of benchmarking. Holds the nursing research coordinator position for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, St. Joseph and is co-chair for the system internal review board (IRB). Interests lie in professional nursing development through precepting/mentoring for evidence-based practice/research care delivery in complex health care systems. Research interests and publication in care transitions, discharge readiness and the role of the multi-disciplinary nursing team including nursing case management in facilitating discharge planning and positive discharge outcomes for patient/family and healthcare systems.
Deana M. Kilmer MBA, BS, RN, CLNC
Cheryl Krause-Parello PhD, RN - Assistant Professor of Nursing, Kean University, College of Natural, Applied and Health Sciences, Union, NJ. Dr. Krause-Parello has been a nurse for almost two decades and is a certified school nurse in the state of New Jersey. In addition, Dr. Krause-Parello is the coordinator of the School Nurse Program which includes a post-baccalaureate and masters in nursing track with a concentration in school nursing. She has a PhD in nursing from Rutgers University and teaching experience in school nursing, community health and research. Dr. Krause-Parello currently serves on the Sigma Theta Tau International, Lambda Iota Chapter Board as the faculty advisor. Dr. Krause-Parello’s program of research is built upon her doctoral dissertation that examined the relationships among loneliness, human social support, pet attachment support and subjective well-being in older adults. She continues to exhibit her passion for animals and the ways in which animals affect human health by disseminating information to others through conducting research on animal-human interaction, publishing in peer-reviewed journals and presenting at professional conferences. Her program of research is one that she is truly passionate about. In closing, Cheryl will like to extend a special thanks to all who love and care for animals.